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FREE BOOK Review: Drip Drop Teardrop by Samantha Young (YA/PNR)



Book Blurb



Even Death Can Fall in Love...


Avery hasn’t had it easy. 

When she was ten years old her parents died in a car crash. Now nine years later her Aunt Caroline is the only family she has left. And Caroline is dying. 
So when Death comes knocking (quite literally) in the form of the damaged and dangerous, Brennus, Avery makes a deal with the reaper in order to save Caroline.

Brennus is an Ankou.

One of the many, once mortal men and women, who were given the choice to become an immortal in exchange for ferrying the dead over into their afterlife. 
Nine years ago Brennus took Avery’s parents and tried to take Avery, but she fought him and won. Amazed by her strength Brennus followed Avery and has watched over her. 
Now he knows Avery is the one to offer him freedom from his obligation to the dead. 
And he’ll stop at nothing to have her.


A YA Paranormal Romance for older readers.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Avery lost her parents in an accident when she was ten. Her aunt Caroline took her in and raised her. Now Caroline is fighting for her life as cancer takes over her body. Avery can’t lose the only person she has left.

Caroline refuses to let Avery feel guilt and put her life on hold any more than she already has. So the monthly night out with friends is a must for Avery. She goes out dancing and forgets all her problems.

Lately there has been a strange man with a scarred face that watches her closely. He creeps Avery and her friends out. Things start to change when she dances with him one night. Then she notices him outside the club when a man is stabbed. She realizes who he is.

Her fear spikes when he shows up in her living room. He is there to make her a deal. Little does she know what she is getting involved with when she agrees to give him a week.

The storyline of this book was interesting. The author created a unique spin on death. Brennus was a fascinating character. I like the past that the author created for him. I kept thinking as I read this that I wish it was a longer story. I would have liked to delve into his character more and really learn what he has been doing for the last few centuries. He was arrogant and vulnerable, definitely a complex character.

Avery, on the other hand, annoyed me. She was a spoiled child that grew into an adult that refused to think for herself. She was a bit self-absorbed which sounds contradicting, but she would tend to focus on how things affected her. She tried to live her aunt Caroline’s life. It drove me crazy. Then she lied to Brennus. She would turn into a childish brat that lived in an adult woman’s body. Ugh get over yourself was usually my response. I give this book a 3 out of 5.







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